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Grief Resources

General Books about Grief

    Recovering from the Losses of Life by H. Norman Wright
        The Mourning Handbook by Helen Fitzgerald
            On Grief and Grieving: Finding Meaning through the Five Stages of Loss by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross and David Kessler
                Experiencing Grief by H. Norman Wright
                    Tear Soup by Pat Schweibert
                        How to Go on Living when Someone You Love Dies by Therese A. Rando

                        Grief after the Loss of a Spouse

                        Reflections of a Grieving Spouse: The Unexpected Journey from Loss to Renewed Hope by H. Norman Wright

                        A Grief Observed by C.S. Lewis

                        Faith-Based Books On Pain

                        If God Is so Good, Why Do I Hurt so Bad? by David Biebel

                        Shattered Dreams by Larry Crabb

                        Disappointment with God by Phillip Yancey

                        When God Doesn’t Make Sense by James Dobson

                        Where Is God When Bad Things Happen? by Luis Palao

                        When God Says "No" by Judith Briles

                        Forgiving God by Carla Killough McClafferty

                        The Problem of Pain by C.S. Lewis

                        When Bad Things Happen to Good People by Rabbi Harold S. Kushner

                        Helping Children and Teens through Grief

                        The Grieving Child by Helen Fitzgerald

                        The Grieving Teen by Helen Fitzgerald

                        Mommy, What’s "Died?" The Butterfly Story by Linda Gill

                        It’s Okay to Cry: A Parent’s Guide to Helping a Child through the Losses of Life by H. Norman Wright

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